Robert Romano

Robert Romano is the Vice President of Public Policy at Americans for Limited Government Foundation and Americans for Limited Government and can be reached at robert@getliberty.org. He grew up in a suburban Long Island township. He studied and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Stony Brook University with the Class of 2008. In his free time, he composes music on piano, paints oil on canvas, and writes fiction.

Robert lives in Virginia, is married and is a father of two.

Robert Romano

Congress unveils plan to hold entire internet hostage annually with Section 230 sunset to extort Big Tech

By Robert Romano “It would require Big Tech and others to work with Congress over 18 months to evaluate and enact a new legal framework that will allow for free speech and innovation while also encouraging these companies to be good stewards of their platforms. Our bill […]


Biden Trying To Pivot On Inflation (But It’s Too Late)

The current high inflation rate of 3.4% has significant implications for the 2024 election. The Biden administration has failed to combat inflation effectively, with major contributors being food, electricity, shelter, and transportation services. Public sentiment shows a clear preference for the economic conditions under Trump’s administration compared to Biden’s. The Federal Reserve’s timing in raising rates has been poor. Biden faces a tough challenge in changing voter sentiment regarding the economy before the next election, as the media’s attempts to portray the economy positively do not align with Americans’ experiences.

Discussion and analysis based on an article from dailytorch.com by Robert Romano: https://dailytorch.com/2024/05/sticky-inflation-remains-elevated-at-3-4-percent-only-six-reports-remain-before-2024-election-can-biden-get-back-to-2-percent-before-then/


Sticky inflation remains elevated at 3.4 percent, only six reports remain before 2024 election. Can Biden get back to 2 percent before then?

By Robert Romano Consumer inflation remained elevated in April above the Federal Reserve’s 2 percent target range at 3.4 percent the last twelve months, according to the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) . Decreases in electricity (down 0.1 percent) and piped gas service (down 2.9 percent) were offset by increases in gasoline (up 2.7 percent) […]


Better off? Poll after poll shows Joe Biden is trailing Donald Trump thanks to albatross inflation and lagging incomes.

By Robert Romano Panic mode is setting in for President Joe Biden and his struggling 2024 reelection bid as poll after poll shows Biden consistently trailing in swing states and nationally as albatross consumer inflation continues to outpace incomes for millions of Americans. A nationwide Financial Times-Michigan Ross poll taken May 2 to May 6 found a whopping 58 […]


Is New Jersey in play? Trump says Biden is ‘so bad’ that every state could be competitive: ‘It could be all of them!’

By Robert Romano “As you can see today, we’re expanding the electoral map because we are going to officially play in the state of New Jersey—we’re going to win the state of New Jersey… We’re also looking… at the state of Minnesota, which hasn’t been won [by […]


As Trump lead in polls continues into May, Biden and Democrats are in panic mode as popular vote appears in play

By Robert Romano Former President Donald Trump has extended his lead in polls against incumbent President Joe Biden into the month of May, according to the latest average of national polls compiled by RealClearPolling.com , with 46.1 percent to Biden’s 44.9 percent in the head-to-head matchup. In fact, since the beginning of the cycle, of the 302 national […]


If Republicans want better legislative outcomes, Trump needs to win greater majorities by playing for the popular vote

By Robert Romano Since 1960, Democrats have won the popular vote in 10 out of the last 16 presidential elections, and thanks to a combination of historical realignment (beginning during the 1930s), presidential coattails and the incumbency advantage, have also won U.S. House majorities in 11 out […]


Unemployment level up 777,000 since April 2023 as unemployment rate creeps up to 3.9 percent

By Robert Romano Don’t look now but the unemployment rate creeped up again to 3.9 percent in April, the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows , rising from its April 2023 low of 3.4 percent. With it, the unemployment level itself is up 777,000 to nearly 6.5 million. A year ago, it was 5.7 million. The employment side of the equation , the last peak […]


Removing liability protection for Section 230 in Kids Online Safety Act will break the internet

By Robert Romano Congress wants to break the internet. Recently, the TikTok ban was signed into law after House leaders stuck H.R. 7521 into the Ukraine-Israel-Taiwan supplemental — with almost no deliberation — to force divestiture of any website or application or else have it removed from hosting services if the President […]


Not even Kamala Harris can sell the Biden economy to voters, ignores inflation concerns: ‘We are in the process of putting a lot of money in the streets of America…’

By Robert Romano Vice President Kamala Harris on April 29 began a multi-state Economic Opportunity Tour in Atlanta, Ga. directed at shoring up black voters in swing states who will be essential to President Joe Biden’s bid to reelected in November. In Nov. 2020, in the last Economist-YouGov poll taken before the election , then-candidate Biden was viewed very favorably by 50 percent black voters and somewhat favorably […]


Elon Musk is right, ‘If birth rates continue to plummet, human civilization will end.’ It’s math.

By Robert Romano “If birth rates continue to plummet, human civilization will end.” That was X, Tesla and SpaceX owner Elon Musk, pointing out on X on April 28 the obvious math involved with plummeting fertility rates in countries all over the world, and reacting to the latest birth rate numbers from the Centers […]


A ‘one-legged stool’? Supreme Court hears oral arguments on presidential immunity case for official acts. Will it punt back to the district court?

By Robert Romano If a president cannot be prosecuted by the Justice Department while in office for potential crimes committed in the process of executing official acts of the Presidency, because doing so would unconstitutionally interfere with the separation of powers and the execution of the office, […]


As national polls tighten, Trump still consistently leading Biden in battleground states AZ, NV, WI, MI and GA

By Robert Romano After both incumbent President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump wrapped up the Democratic and Republican Party nomination contests, national polls between the two candidates have tightened somewhat, according to the latest average of polls compile by RealClearPolling.com, with Trump leading Biden 44.6 percent to 44.4 percent in the two-way race and 41.6 percent to 40.6 percent in the five-way race when Robert Kennedy, […]


After FISA failure, it will take a President working with Congress to insist on real intelligence and surveillance reform

By Robert Romano On April 19, the Senate completed passage of a two-year reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which will not come up again until 2026 with either incumbent President Joe Biden or challenger former President Donald Trump deciding how best to work with Congress. […]


Poll: 5.5 percent of 2020 Biden voters now supporting Trump as race shifts to persuasion with cost of living rising

By Robert Romano In the latest Emerson poll showing former President Donald Trump leading incumbent President Joe Biden by 3 points, 46 percent to 43 percent, a remarkable 5.5 percent of 2020 Biden voters now say they are supporting Trump in 2024. Comparatively only 0.9 percent of 2020 Trump voters […]

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